Well, that was even dumber than anyone expected. The indictment fabricated by George Soros’s affirmative action hire Alvin Bragg was even more childishly transparent than any of us were anticipating. He never lists an actual crime among the “34 counts” on the indictment. That’s not an exaggeration. And on the same day that Trump was being fake-arrested in New York City, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Stormy Daniels AGAIN and issued another summary judgment against her. After losing yet another case against 45, Stormy now owes him something like $620,000 and counting.
First, a brief word on this stupid indictment. The “34 counts” listed in the indictment are actually just one count split up 34 times to make it sound stronger to a jury. If a juror is finally selected and finds out it’s 34 charges, they’ll think, “Holy smokes! If this guy committed 34 crimes, he must really be a bad hombre!”
But it’s really just one charge – and it’s an incredibly weak one. The charge is that Trump falsified business records in the furtherance of another crime, in order to affect the outcome of the 2016 election. The “furtherance of another crime” is how District Attorney Fatty Bragg stretched what’s otherwise a misdemeanor case into “34 felonies.” But there’s a problem with that, which every legal expert has been pointing out since the indictment was unsealed.
If the state is going to accuse someone of committing a crime in the “furtherance of another crime,” a prosecutor has to list what the “another crime” is. Otherwise, you’re simply accusing someone of a crime without actually telling them what it is. Our system doesn’t work that way. If you’re going to charge someone, you have to tell them what law they’re charged with breaking – otherwise you don’t have a case.
This is why the Federal Election Commission, the IRS, the Department of Justice, and even the Mueller Witch Hunt all refused to bring charges against Trump over the Stormy thing. 8
Trump’s lawyer paid off Stormy Daniels in a scheme that Trump was unaware of. Furthermore, the dates which Bragg listed for when Trump supposedly committed these “34 counts” of business fraud all happened between February 2017 and March 2017. Trump was serving as President of the United States at that time – and he had divested all personal management of the Trump Organization when he took office!
It’s all so dumb.
Stormy Daniels admitted in a 2018 deposition that she never had an affair with Trump. She also said it on the stand last year, when she lost her previous judgment against Trump.
Back in 2018, Stormy Daniels and convicted felon Michael “Creepy Porn Lawyer” Avenatti released a police sketch of some made-up guy to CNN. They claimed that the fictional character in the police sketch (seen HERE) had threatened Stormy and her daughter back in 2011 if she didn’t stop talking about the affair with Trump – the same affair that she’s admitted never happened twice now while under oath. Trump called BS on the police sketch on Twitter, so they sued him for defamation.
On the same day when Trump was “arrested” in New York City on Braggs fake 34 charges, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals awarded him another $121,962.56 in attorney’s fees and legal fees from Stormy Daniels. The whole thing was an extortion scheme, primarily fabricated by Avenatti but also with Stormy’s help. She now owes Donald Trump roughly $621,962.56 in legal fees, so she’d better grease up that stripper’s pole. It’s expensive when you make up lies about a president.
None of this is to suggest that Trump is going to get off the hook over the fake 34 charges. The judge has already made it clear that this is not going to be a fair trial. In fact, the judge (whose daughter worked for the Biden-Harris Campaign) threatened Trump to “watch what you say publicly,” otherwise he’ll slap a gag order on the leading candidate for president in 2024. Bragg’s prosecutors requested that the trial begin in December of 2023, just a few weeks before the first Republican primaries.
From here it looks like they hope to secure a conviction sometime in 2024 and lock Trump up in jail, thereby (they hope) throwing the Republican Party into disarray when we suddenly don’t have a candidate. So, the case is even weaker than expected, but don’t get your hopes up about Trump getting a fair trial in Manhattan, where 87% of the vote in 2020 went to Joe Biden.